We would like to bring to your attention a call for papers for the Special Issue "Hydrological Modeling and Evaluation for Flood Risk Management" in Applied Sciences (IF=2.474; CiteScore=2.4).
Floods can be considered to be one of the most devastating natural hazards, with severe socioeconomic and environmental impacts on the affected areas. The dynamics of flooding can be very complex, particularly when a flood results from a particular combination of multiple process drivers such as coastal and fluvial mechanisms. Understanding flood mechanisms and predicting extents of inundation and potential damage are important issues in flood risk management.
This Special Issue welcomes multidisciplinary studies that aim to showcase innovation in techniques for improved prediction of the dynamics and extent of flooding in a reliable and effective manner. In this context, researchers of various disciplines, including coastal and hydraulic engineering, hydrology, meteorology, remote sensing, geography, and geotechnics, are invited to explore advances in analysis of model prediction skill (e.g., uncertainty quantification, sensitivity analysis, data assimilation, machine learning, multi-scale modeling) and/or integration of multiple flood drivers into hydrological modeling.
Examples of topics covered by this Special Issue include, but are not limited to, the following:
More information is available at:
The submission deadline is 31 October 2021. All articles published in Applied Sciences (ISSN 2076-3417) are published in full open access. We may consider to print it into a E-book and real book (with ISBN number). Please visit our special issue website for the details.
Please feel free to contact us directly at indiana...@nuigalway.ie if you are interested in submitting a manuscript.
Thanks very much for your consideration.
Dr. Indiana A. Olbert
National University of Ireland Galway, Ireland
Dr. Bartosz Kazmierczak
Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland